O’Neill Wave of the Winter Southern Hemi: The Final Forecast

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O’Neill Wave of the Winter Southern Hemi: The Final Forecast

O'Neill Wave of the Winter Southern Hemi: The Final Forecast

It’s been a busy few months under the equator.

A seasonally active storm track has meant that the O’Neill Wave of the Winter Southern Hemi edition has seen entries from all over the place — Oz to Fiji, Tahiti to Indo, and a bunch of  spots in between. (Browse ‘em all right here.)

The waiting period opened June 1st and ends September 30th. With only a week left in the event window, we thought it’d be worth asking Kevin Wallis what possibilities the last week might hold:

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South Africa: Solid swell will impact the region over the next couple days thanks to a broad low pressure/high pressure combo currently producing 30-40 knot wind and satellite verified seas of 30 feet. J-Bay looks likely to see excellent local wind on Thursday when the swell peaks.

On the other end of the South Atlantic, Brazil will see decreasing southerly swell over the next few days.

Indian Ocean: After firing for most of the winter, the Indian Ocean has taken a little bit of a break of late and the final week of September will be, relatively speaking, pretty tame.

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